TGS student Lincoln Allen participates in Pirate Field Day.

THOMASTON — Thomaston Grammar School held field day June 11.

The event was themed around pirates, and each student received a patch and bandana, along with a unique pirate name for the day. They were also greeted with pirate-themed music outside and decorations in the lobby.

Kindergarten through second grade students participated in events in the morning, and third through fifth grade students participated in events in the afternoon. Students participated in Pin the Patch on the Pirate, similar to Pin the Tail on the Donkey. Then, they went through an obstacle course, battling with the opposing team to fill the bucket with water first. They then played Sink the Ship, a hockey-inspired game to sink the pirate ship of their opponent.

Next, they competed in ring toss where they had to throw rings onto their opponents’ pool noodle pirate swords. Next, students completed a treasure hunt, where treasure at the end had sparkly pirate themed tattoos for all participants.

The final station held green screen pictures and a snack. Students had pirate themed photos taken of them, and were able to feast on pirate’s booty popcorn, freezer pops and water.

All staff and students were involved. A fun time was had by all!

Ms. Camber’s fourth grade class at TGS finds the treasure during their field day.

TGS student Evelyn Fairfield races through the obstacle course.